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  1. So you mean I may do scripting inside that probe, by making that probe know on which wire it is located? On the other hand, that obligues me to have the probe watch window always opened, as if I close it then my probes disappear, right? By the way, I was planning to add those probes programatically where I needed, so if they disappear will not be a big deal either, as I can put them back again... Because there is no way that the probe watch window does not open, and the process of the probe happens at background, isnĀ“t it? Thanks in advance, Aitor
  2. The thing is I need the reference of that wire connected to my SubVI, if I get the parent reference then I can not know which VI is getting executed (As I may have and I will have (as shown at the image) more than one of that SubVIs) so I could take the information from that certain wire or going backwards any information from the main VI and not from the SubVI.
  3. Good morning, I am new on writing on this forum so I hope the question can be placed here, as it is related with Scripting. I have a main VI where I place an small round shaped SubVI, for debugging purposes. I need that SubVI to take (WHEN RUNTIME) the information of the Wire Tag connected to it. And not only that Tag but aditional information related to other blocks near it. My main VI is shown at the first image. This is the VI I want to debug, but it could be any (This is an small example to try to make the code work) This is the code I have generated into that "My Custom Probe VI". The code intends to retrieve the information shown at the image above. So, I can get information from the current VI wire (The VI acting as SubVI), but not from the wire at the main VI, that is what I would like to do. After having the reference to that wire I guess I could find any other reference on that main VI. Is it possible to do what I need? And, if it is, what am I missing? Thanks in advance, Aitor.
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